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Therapy

Family Therapy

To understand an individual, it is important to understand their unique family system. We believe that family is an integral part of any child's healthy growth and development. For this reason, we involve family members to some extent in all of our individual therapy with kids and teens. 

In some instances, therapy works best when the whole family system is present and participating. We work to help families build the confidence, trust, and skills needed to effectively address the challenges each member faces. 

Family Picnic
Child therapy

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is focused on improving the social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties experienced by many people throughout their lives. Through therapy, you can learn to manage these difficulties in a way that improves mood, behavior, and overall life satisfaction. At KPS, we specialize in providing psychotherapy for children, teens, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental differences. 

Our clinicians are trained in a variety of different evidence-based interventions, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), behavioral therapy, play therapy, and more. Each of our clinicians have experience working with neurodiverse individuals, as well as those experiencing co-occurring mental health challenges, such as anxiety and depression. 

How to Get Started

Give us a call at (303) 369-1777 or email us at info@kimelpsych.com to schedule a 15-minute phone intake with our office manager. During this call, we can help you figure out if we will be a good fit for you and/or your family. We look forward to hearing from you!

Happy group of friends

Social Skills Groups

We believe some of the most effective therapy sessions take place within a group context and that parent participation is an essential component to effective group therapy for children and teens. 

We lead social skills groups for verbally-fluent, neurodiverse teens. In the past we have run gender inclusive groups as well as gender-identity specific groups. Our approach is based on the Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS) model. Please see the flyer below for information about our Spring 2024 Social Skills Group. 

Our social skills group enrollment is on a rolling basis. We typically offer a 10-week group in the spring and fall, but will offer additional groups based on client interest.

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